Register of the Marshall Green Papers
Finding aid prepared by Aparna Mukherjee
Hoover Institution Archives© 2007
434 Galvez Mall
Stanford, CA, 94305-6010
Title: Marshall Green papers
Date (inclusive): 1947-1998
Collection Number: 98066
Creator: Green, Marshall
Collection Size: 31 manuscript boxes (12.4 linear feet)
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Abstract: Includes speeches and writings, correspondence, dispatches, memoranda, reports, studies, and printed matter relating to American foreign policy in East Asia, especially with regard to China, Korea and Japan, as well as American foreign relations with Indonesia and Australia; the Vietnamese War; and international population problems and American governmental population policy.
Collection is open for research.
As required by law, sixteen folders of security-classified materials have been removed from the collection until they can be declassified by government officials. Upon declassification, the materials are available in the declassified U.S. government records series listed at the end of the collection.
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[Identification of item], Marshall Green papers, [Box number], Hoover Institution Archives.
Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 2002.
Increments may have been received since this finding aid was prepared. Please check Stanford University's online catalog at http://searchworks.stanford.edu/ to find the full extent of the collection.
|1916 January 27||Born, Holyoke, Massachusetts|
|1939||A.B., Yale University|
|1945||Vice Consul, Career Secretary, Diplomatic Service|
|1939-1941||Private Secretary to American Ambassador to Japan|
|1942 February 14||Married Lispenard Seabury Crocker|
|1946-1947||Assigned, Wellington, New Zealand|
|1947-1950||Acting Officer in charge of Japanese affairs, Department of State|
|1950-1955||First Secretary, Embassy Consulate, Stockholm, Sweden|
|1955-1956||Assigned, National War College, Washington, D.C.|
|1956-1959||Regional Planning Advisor for Far East, Department of State|
|1959-1960||Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State|
|1960-1961||Minister Counselor, American Embassy, Korea|
|1961-1963||American Consul General, Hong Kong (personal rank of minister)|
|1963-1965||Deputy Assistant Secretary for Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State|
|1965-1969||Ambassador to Indonesia|
|1969||Member, U.S. team in Paris for Vietnam negotiations|
|Recipient, National Civil Service Award|
|1969-1973||Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian-Pacific Affairs, Washington, D.C.|
|1973-1975||Ambassador to Australia and Nauru|
|1975||Chairman, Task Force on Population, National Security Council|
|1975-1979||Coordinator, Population Affairs, Department of State|
The Marshall Green papers, acquired in 2002, consist of speeches and writings, correspondence, dispatches, memoranda, reports, studies, and printed matter, relating to American foreign policy in East Asia, especially with regard to China, Korea, and Japan; American foreign relations with Indonesia and Australia; the Vietnamese War; and international population problems and American governmental population policy. They originate from Green's official assignments with the State Department, extensive professional travels, and role in discussions of global population issues.
Letters between Henry Kissinger and Green in the Correspondence series shed light on President Richard Nixon's trip to Asia, resumption of talks with China, and Vietnam settlement. But the bulk of the materials in this collection can be found in the Office File. They relate to countries and regions in which Green served--their history and the impact of their government policies on the United States. This series also includes materials relating to President Nixon's trip to China and his communications with Green about Asia between 1969 and 1972. Green's speeches in Australia, as well as his speeches relating to population affairs, especially immigration and refugee issues, are also included in this series.
Green's travel reports, submitted primarily to the State Department, though one on China was directed to President Richard Nixon, are included in the Travel File. They record his general observations on the political, economic, and social scene in Asia and Africa, its effects on population growth, and the status of family planning programs.
Organized into nine series: Biographical File, Correspondence, Speeches and Writings, Office File, Travel File, Subject File, Computer Disk, Photographs, and Declassified U.S. government records.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
United States. Dept. of State.
Australia--Foreign relations--United States.
East Asia--Foreign relations--United States.
Indonesia--Foreign relations--United States.
United States--Foreign relations--Australia.
United States--Foreign relations--East Asia.
United States--Foreign relations--Indonesia.
Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975.